This is one concept camera I would love to see come to life. Designed by Saikat Biswas, the Holga D is a digital take on the classic, with an interesting twist. Despite being digital, there is no view screen...
Mozilla may be best known for their excellent Firefox web browser but, if this concept design video is anything to go by, it looks as though their creativity knows no bounds. Moving away from software and into hardware (smartphone...
If you've been planning on picking up one of those nifty Micro Four Thirds cameras from Olympus and Panasonic, you might want to just read this first before committing your cash. Sony have been showcasing a new concept Alpha DSLR...
It gets pretty windy in Norway apparently. Well, windy enough for On Office's idea for a city built within wind turbines not to sound completely ludicrous anyway. The concept here is that with turbines growing in size to accommodate our...
If you're a fan of the LG Viewty Smart then you'll definitely be interested in the news coming out of Warsaw, yes Warsaw in Poland, regarding LG's unveiling of their GC990 Louvre handset.
The GC990 Louvre has a 12-megapixel camera that is also capable of HD video recording - surely this makes the Louvre the best camera phone in the word ever, ever, ever.
The camera is without doubt this handsets main strength. It is capable of auto and touch focus, has a xenon flash, records 1280x720 HD video at 30fps. It has LG's new Intellizoom feature and has ISO up to 3200. Photos are geo-tagged and there is zero shutter lag.
Moving on from the camera, the smartphone has Wi-Fi, A-GPS, Bluetooth and TV-out as well as a 3.2-inch touchscreen. It also supports DivX and Xvid.
It's only a concept at the moment, LG state: "The GC900 or 'Louvre' mobile phone from LG is a great example of the type of mobile technology innovation LG is developing. There are no confirmed plans to bring it to market. As we have further details on our camera-phone portfolio or other mobiles, LG will provide information on where and when they will be available to consumers."
When it does get released expect us to be all over it in the usual Tech Digest way.
I want one. Designer Mike Mak's Eyeclock tells the time with a pair of constantly rotating eyeballs. The left eye represents hours, and the right one the minutes. At 12 hours or 60 minutes, the eyeballs look up, at 6 hours or 30 minutes they look down, and so on.
It's just a concept design, sadly, but it's still awesome. It couldn't that hard to knock together yourself either, surely. Just take apart one of those clock kits and stick some big black circles to it, then mount it in a nice frame. I think I'll have a word with CraftCrafty.
Mike Mak (via Technabob)
NEC is to demo some concept tech over in the heart of Barcelona at MWC in just over a week's time. Their brainwave is to put 3D technology onto the 3.1" screen of a mobile phone.
It's a prototype which they've been working on since the beginning of last year and, naturally, it doesn't require glasses to view. No word as whether...
When's the last time you used a scanner?
For me, the answer's probably "years ago". It's something that's completely exited my life, for some reason. Probably because I just don't seem to ever get stuff on paper any more. Not stuff that needs to be on my PC, anyway.
Well, an Industrial Design student at the University of Cincinnati, Kyle A Koch, has come up with a big cardboard construct that can be used to scan stuff in using your iPhone. You'll also need some decent light, and the picture quality won't even approach 'medium', but hey - you never know when it could come in handy.
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